The New York Giants lost their sixth straight game last week, even with Odell Beckham setting the world -- or at least the internet -- on fire in the process.
'Invictus' tags back in again this week, and we're using aggregate rankings from Real Clear Sports.
Curious about who the Giants are going to get? Well so am I, so let's get to it
1) Jacksonville Jaguars (LT: 2 - Andrus Peat)
Brandon Scherff (OT, Iowa) - Blake Bortles needs protection and it's Scherff's turn to be the top tackle in the class. The big lineman can help keep Bortles upright and give a boost to their running game. - Raptor
2) Oakland Raiders (LT: 1 - Randy Gregory)
Leonard Williams (DE/DT, USC) - He has overtaken Randy Gregory for my top non-QB spot. Fills a need as well. The Raicers could use a disruptive presence that can play in multiple fronts. Williams will wreak havoc playing with Khalil Mack - Invictus
3) New York Jets (LT: 6 - Jameis Winston)
Jameis Winston (QB, FSU) - The Jets have gone back to Geno Smith (again). He is Idzik's guy, but he might not be a starting QB. Winston's decisions on and off the field have been questionable this year, but he is a legitimate talent with a "Jets" personality. - Raptor
4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LT: 3 - Marcus Mariota)
Marcus Mariota (QB, Oregon) - My top prospect overall. Many will argue that he is a system QB, and I'll agree to that. Doesn't mean you can't evaluate him. I see a powerful arm, compact throwing motion, intelligent decision making, superior mid-range accuracy, and terrific skills at extending plays. Mike Evans will love this. - Invictus
5) Tennessee Titans (LT: 4 - Amari Cooper)
Randy Gregory (DE/OLB, Nebraska) - The Titans have been jettisoning linebackers this season as they try to adopt a new defensive scheme. They have little pass rush at the moment, and Gregory fixes that. He's an "Aldon Smith" like talent who can be disruptive standing up or with his hand in the dirt. - Raptor
6) Washington Redskins (LT: 3 - Leonard Williams)
Shane Ray (OLB, Missouri) - Outside of Gregory and perhaps Vic Beasley, nobody has the first step and burst that Ray has. He's already a polished pass rush capable of taking over a game. - Invictus
7) Carolina Panthers (LT: 7 - Kevin White)
Andrus Peat (OT, Stanford) - The Panthers have tried Byron Bell at LT, and he hasn't cut it. Peat gives them a chance to have a functional offense. - Raptor
8) New York Giants (LT: 8 - Shane Ray)
Amari Cooper (WR, Alabama) - The Giants could very well find themselves in No Man's Land picking here. There are five legitimately elite prospects in this draft: Marcus Mariota, Leonard Williams, Randy Gregory, Shane Ray, and Amari Cooper. Fortunately, Cooper fell to the Giants in this scenario. His combination of route running, yards after catch ability, and hands makes him a perfect fit for Ben McAdoo's offense, and a terrifying bookend for Odell Beckham Jr. - Consensus
9) Atlanta Falcons (LT: 11 - Vic Beasley)
Landon Collins (S, Alabama) - Collins slipped for a few weeks before coming back and becoming a crucial player for Alabama. He has still showed off his incredible range and hitting ability and would be a nice fit for the Falcons. - Invictus
10) Minnesota Vikings (LT: 9 - La'El Collins)
Shaq Thompson (LB, Washington) - Shaq is one of the most active defenders in the draft, and a big play waiting to happen. Anthony Barr is playing well, and putting Thompson across from him gives Minnesota a front 7 to be feared. - Raptor
11) New Orleans Saints (LT: 12 - Brandon Scherff)
Trae Waynes (CB, MSU) - My best CB prospect, Waynes plays well as a man to man cover corner and his tough and physical. The Saints need some secondary help to go along with their safeties. - Invictus
12) St. Louis Rams (LT: 13 - Melvin Gordon)
DaVaonte Parker (WR, Louisville) - Parker is the No. 2 receiver on the board. His size, speed, and good (for a college receiver) route running give the Rams the plug & play X receiver they've needed ... Whoever happens to be their QB.
13) Chicago Bears (LT: 10 - Malcolm Brown)
Shawn Oakman (DE, Baylor) - A defensive freak in the mold of a Julius Peppers. Chicago very much misses his presence and hope that Oakman can somehow fill the void. Jared Allen isn't getting much younger. - Invictus
14) Houston Texans (LT: 16 - Cody Prewitt)
La'El Collins (OT, LSU) - Collins is a versatile player who can fit at either tackle or guard. Regardless of where he plays, Arian Foster and the largely immobile Ryan Mallett will love him.
15) Buffalo Bills (LT: 14 - Trae Waynes)
Benardrick McKinney (ILB, Miss. St.) - They've got one of the league's best front sevens but they could still stand to improve inside linebacker. The athletic McKinney fits like a glove.
16) Cleveland Browns (LT: 15 - Benardrick McKinney)
Malcolm Brown (DT, Texas) - The big, disruptive tackle from Texas is rising up draft boards. He is a powerful player with easy movement skills. Like most college DT's, he needs to work on playing with leverage and functional strength, but when he puts it all together, he could be a force. - Raptor
17) San Diego Chargers (LT: 17 - Eddie Goldman)
Kevin White (WR, WVU) - Keenan Allen and Kevin White + Phillip Rivers = nightmares for other defensive coordinators. - Invictus
18) Miami Dolphins (LT: 20 - DaVante Parker)
Melvin Gordon (RB, Wisconsin) - Ryan Tannehil is developing into a pretty good quarterback, so it makes sense to get him more help. Lamar Miller is good running back, but Gordon could be special. Last week he set the record for yards in a single game. When that was broken this week, he went ahead and set the record for 2000 yards in the fewest number of carries. Oh, and he catches the football too. -Raptor
19) Pittsburgh Steelers (LT: 18 - Landon Collins)
Vic Beasley (OLB, Clemson) - I know they have Jason Worilds and Jarvis Jones, but Jones has been a huge disappointment in his young career and Worilds can be improved on. Beasley is an elite passrusher.
20) Detroit Lions (LT: 25 - Ifo Ekpre-Olomu)
Danny Shelton (DT, Washington) - The Lions could find themselves without Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley next season. In that case, Danny Shelton is a highly disruptive defensive tackle, who is just unfairly quick for a human his size.
21) San Francisco (LT: 22 - Cedric Ogbuehi)
Cedric Ogbuehi (OT, TAMU) - I don't see Ogbuehi as a tackle, but more as a guard. I think Mike Iupati is gone, so Ogbuehi steps right in and takes over. - Invictus
22) Baltimore Ravens (LT: 19 - Shaq Thompson)
Jaelen Strong (WR, Arizona St.) - Torry Smith is a free agent, Steve Smith is probably going to have to retire some-time this century, and Jacoby Jones is getting up there too. Strong has strong hands and a huge catch radius for Joe Flacco. - Raptor
23) Cincinnati Bengals (LT: 21 - Tyrus Thompson)
Alvin "Bud" Dupree (DE, Kentucky) - The Bengals have Margus Hunt and Carlos Dunlap but don't really have all that great of a speed rusher. Bud Dupree comes in and allows for a better pass rush from the edge and could put the Bengal defense over the top. - Invictus
24) Kansas City Chiefs (LT: 28 - Devin Funchess)
T.J. Clemmings (OT, Pittsburgh) - Andy Reid likes to build the trenches first, and Clemmings is the type of long-armed, fluid athlete the NFL loves at left tackle. He and Eric Fisher would make a good bookend for Alex Smith. - Raptor
25) Seattle Seahawks (LT: 23 - Danny Shelton)
Dante Fowler Jr. (DE/OLB, Florida) - Fowler Jr., seems like the long, hyperactive speed rusher that Seattle seems to covet. A good comparison for him could actually be Cliff Avril so he'd fit right in for them. - Invictus
26) Indianapolis Colts (LT: 24 - Dante Fowler Jr.)
Todd Gurley (RB, Georgia) - Ahmad Bradshaw is out for the year, and Trent Richardson is looking like the rare 2x first round bust. Gurley tore his ACL recently, but he is still a monstrous talent at running back. He might have to start the 2015 season on the PUP, but when he takes the field, look out.
27) Philadelphia Eagles (LT: 26 - Alvin "Bud" Dupree)
Cody Prewitt (S, Ole Miss) - The Eagles need a lot of help in the secondary. Malcolm Jenkins has been a pleasant surprise and Nate Allen isn't bad, but I feel Prewitt would be a large upgrade over Allen as a single high type safety with big range.
28) Cowboys (LT: 27 - Marcus Peters)
PJ Williams (CB, FSU) - After watching Odell Beckham make history all over his secondary, Jerry Jones is even more likely to make this pick. Williams is an athletic ballhawk, but he was recently involved in a hit and run accident. The Cowboys haven't been shy about taking potential problems before. - Raptor
29) Arizona Cardinals (LT: 31 - Michael Bennet)
Nate Orchard (DE/OLB, Utah) - My sleeper, Orchard might be my favorite edge rusher in this draft. He's already quietly got 17.5 sacks this year and has an awesome first step. Arizona needs pass rushers in the worst way. - Invictus
30) Denver Broncos (LT: 29 - Eric Kendricks)
Ty Sambrailo (OT - Colorado St) - Sambrailo is a mauling, brawling tackle who can step in immediately and help cure Denver's ills in the run game, and make the franchise (aka: Peyton Manning) more than a bit more comfortable. - Raptor
31) Green Bay Packers (LT: 30 - Shawn Oakman)
AJ Cann (OG, South Carolina) - Green Bay doesn't have that many huge needs but one could be the aging offensive line. Green Bay might look to getting a young, new mauler to sit for a year and work his way in the lineup. - Invictus
32) New England Patriots (LT: 32 - Jaelen Strong)
Devin Funchess (WR, Michigan) - This pick just screams "Darth Hoodie". He has made his living taking guys nobody else knows what to do with, and making the rest of the league regret letting them go. Funchess is a huge hybrid WR/TE and downfield threat to go with Gronk. -Raptor
And there you have the latest edition of our Power Mock. As usual, use the comment section to let us know what you liked or how wrong we are.